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TWO JEWS CHEW ON
THE GRAMMYS
Pass me a knish. (5/24a)
SONY STARS SET
HITS LIST ABLAZE
They're fire. (5/24a)
THE IVORS 2019: ALL THE WINNERS
Theresa May wasn't even on the shortlist. (5/24a)
CROSSCURRENTS: HITSVILLE USA
A Berry important chapter of the story (5/24a)
SONG REVENUE CHART: PLAYOFF FEVER
We're in a generational moment. (5/24a)
THE DIVA PLAN
How pop stars from the pre-streaming era are finding a new groove.
RAINMAKERS RETURN
More of the folks who are making biz history now.
THE FUTURE OF ROCK & ROLL IS...
Hang on, we just need to throw this TV out the window.
AFTER COUNTRY TRAP
Is reggaeton death metal far behind?
Critics' Choice
HIGHER VOLT-AGE
11/19/15

Son Volt was the lesser-known of two bands to emerge from the ashes of the great alt-country band Uncle Tupelo, the other being alumnus Jeff Tweedy's Wilco. Jay Farrar's Son Volt was neither as commercially successful nor as musically experimental as Wilco, but their 1995 album Trace was an exceptionally tuneful and undeniably soulful set—and has aged beautifully. Rhino's "Expanded" set features  a remastered version of the complete album (including greats like "Drown" and "Tear Stained Eye"), acoustic demos and a second disc recorded live at The Bottom Line in '96.